Kültür Yapılarında Biçim ve Mekân Analizi: Cso Ada
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Cultural buildings are the spaces which dominate and symbolize the collective values and relations of the society as public spaces where urban culture is shaped and provide an opportunity and environment for interactions in social life. These symbols become concrete in human realization and create expressive forms. In public area, the reflection of this environment is usually seen in religious buildings and cultural structures. For they have a formal construction identity and at the same time representative and lexical values, these places become symbols of their countries which are located in the capitals. In this thesis study, the concept of "culture" that shapes life and spaces, its interaction with culture-space, and the concepts of "cultural structure" which is in the status of public space are analyzed. Then, by doing a literature review, the situations of the symbolic cultural buildings such as cultural center, museum, library, theater, opera, orchestra building, etc., which were constructed in the capitals of the countries to which they belonged and which were equivalent to the structure subject to the thesis, were evaluated in parallel with the changes and developments in the fields of science, technology, culture and art. within this framework, with the announcement of the Republic in our country, cultural buildings that came into existence due to the arrangements that were carried out to make culture and art accessible by the society, were built in the capital Ankara and protect their symbolic value today. In this context, in order to test the features of "CSO ADA" which is a cultural building that has been recently built in Ankara the capital of our country, provides a public and symbolical response, and the factors which form the symbolical qualification of the main foyer and concert halls which form the main backbone of the construction group, style and space analysis are included within the frame of "design principles".